Once a kindhearted college student met a retiree and made a charitable friendship for a great purpose.
In Iowa City, most of the gravestones of veterans are timed off and covered with dirt and dust.
Many others even sunk into the soil, so the caring duo could not be indifferent and decided to take an activity.
They cleaned up all the neglected tombstones of the fallen veterans from the Civil War.
Meet this 19-year-old generous college student, Aaron Schultz, who visited one of his neighbor’s graves and valued something very important.
As the young guy said when he noticed the neglected toms of the prominent soldiers he felt that the graves needed to be honored.
As those veterans gave their lives for the future generation, people should estimate their patriotic deeds.
So, Aaron bought a cleaning solution and tools to remove dirt and mold from the stones.
Soon, he started visiting the cemeteries so often that the gravestones began to completely gleamed.
Then, a 67-year-old kind woman named Madonna decided to join and help the young guy at the charitable activity.
So, they soon became good friends for life who could have conversations about great deeds.
The unusual but great charitable activity joint them, and they became supportive and best friends.
So far, the humane duo has restored over a hundred gravestones.
As they told CBS2, they continue their good activity until they will clear up all the forgotten stones in the cemeteries.